Restaurant, Country Store & more
Eastern Oregon restaurant, The Austin House, is a country store, bar, gas station all located on busy highway in the beautiful Blue Mountains west of Baker City, OR and east of Prairie City, OR and John Day, OR.
The upper level is nice living quarters with 3 beds and 1 bath, but lots of storage and potential for expanding the home or having bed and breakfast or motel or other lodging.
Great location for motorcycling, bicycling, tourists, hunting, fishing, RVing, camping, hiking, truck parking.
Serving the area since 1959 and the bar was built in 1864. Ask for financials.
This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Oregon History! This is your chance to escape to the country and own a thriving 50-year plus established business. Located in the beautiful Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon, The Austin House Cafe and Country Store offers fine dining and a full service bar, a store full of snacks, gifts, beer, wine, old fashioned ice cream and a wide variety of necessities and gas station.
Imagine welcoming your customers into this charming place that abounds with historical decor that includes an original back bar from the 1800's. Many upgrades have been recently added including hot water on demand, new plumbing, new ansul fire suppression system, new gas lines, newer roof, new furnace, and much more.
The 4,000 plus sq. ft. building offers a two-bay garage, large carport and 1,700 sq. ft of living space that could easily be converted into bed and breakfast rooms. As the owner of this amazing establishment, you will own the building, all operating equipment which is situated on 8 leased acres from the National Forest Service.
The current owners have enjoyed this wonderful business for the last 16 years but feel it is time to retire.
The Austin House has enjoyed year after year of increased revenue thanks largely in part of the ever-increasing number of recreational enthusiasts such as bicyclist, motorcycle riders, hunters, tourists and motorists. The new Bates State Park is just one mile away and the new Old West Trail has doubled the amount of bicyclists.